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Saturday, October 16, 2021

Miami IN, China OUT, F1 reveals Record 23-race for 2022 calendar

MiamiGP new & Imola in, China out as F1 revealed biggest 2022 scheduled Calendar with Record 23-races.

Formula 1 has revealed its biggest ever calendar for 2022, but the 23-race schedule does not include the Chinese Grand Prix.

Starting in Bahrain in March and ending in Abu Dhabi in November with an earliest finish in over a decade, 23 rounds are planned for the first year of F1's revolutionary new generation of cars,

Grands Prix in Australia, Canada, Singapore and Japan are all set to return to the sport after missing out in the past two seasons, although China does not feature on the new schedule.

Instead, it has been replaced by the Emilia Romagna GP at Imola for 2021's fourth race while there is also no slot for Portugal or Turkey.

There is though one new name on the calendar for 2022, the Miami GP in May - with America hosting two races on the calendar for the first time since 1984.

 2022 F1 Provisional calendar, Full schedule dates, venues, tracks. 

20 March:   BahrainGP (Sakhir)

27 March:   Saudi Arabia GP (Jeddah)

10 April:   AustraliaGP (Melbourne)

24 April:   Emilia Romagna GP (Imola)

8 May:   Miami GP (Miami)

22 May:   Spain GP (Barcelona)

29 May:   Monaco GP (Monaco)

12 June:   AzerbaijanGP (Baku)

19 June:   Canada GP (Montreal)

3 July:   Great Britain GP (Silverstone)

10 July:   Austria GP (Spielberg)

24 July:   France GP (Le Castellet)

31 July:   Hungary GP (Budapest)

28 August:   Belgium GP (Spa-Francorchamps)

4 September:   Netherlands GP (Zandvoort)

11 September:   Italy GP (Monza)

25 September:   Russia GP (Sochi)

2 October:   Singapore GP (Marina Bay)

9 October:   Japan  GP (Suzuka)

23 October:   USA GP (Austin)

30 October:   Mexico GP (Mexico City)

13 November:   Brazil GP (Sao Paulo)

20 November:   Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina)

*Subject to change.


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